Ensuring Equity of Opportunity in the Baltimore County Public Schools
Districts are increasingly tasked with providing options for at-risk and underserved student populations to address persistent achievement gaps. While nationwide gains in closing achievement gaps have been made, research shows that underserved student populations still achieve at lower rates than their peers in many areas.
Attend this web seminar to hear how the Baltimore County Public Schools is fulfilling its commitment to support equal opportunities for all students, and seeing results in closing achievement gaps. From training and professional development, to establishing consistent policies and using high quality digital curriculum to transform the classroom, BCPS is realizing its vision to create instructional environments that support academic rigor and cultural relevance, while igniting the potential of each and every student.
Topics will include:
- Understanding the difference between equity and equality
- Embedding equity in education reform
- Using digital curriculum to create equitable access
- Evaluating the impact of digital curriculum on equity
- Best practices for supporting equity in your district
Executive Director of the Office of Equity and Cultural Proficiency
Baltimore County Public Schools
Who will benefit: C-Level district leaders, superintendents, principals, curriculum directors and other administrators interested educational equity and supporting equity initiatives with digital curriculum. Anyone may attend.